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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
A quarterly study of the native peoples of the pacific area
VOLUME. 79. 1970
Wellington THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED)

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 79
    No. 1—MARCH, 1970 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 3
  • Articles:
  • The Theological Students' Walk-Out, Rarotonga, 1954. By Ron Crocombe 6
  • The Sources of “The Lore of the Whare-wānanga”. By D. R. Simmons and B. G. Biggs 22
  • Houses on Lifou, Loyalty Islands. By Patrick Kirch 43
  • Village Economics in Western Samoa. By I. J. Fairbairn 54
  • Historical Notes on the Carved House Nuku Te Apiapi. By W. H. Phillipps 71
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Nasioi Pottery Making. By Eugene Ogan 86
  • Daribi and Foraba Cross-Cousin Terminologies. By Roy Wagner 91
  • A Feminine Costume in New Britain. By F. Panoff 99
  • Reviews 107
  • Publications Received 117
    No. 2—JUNE, 1970 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 121
  • Articles:
  • Parties and Politics in Polynesia: Political Trends in the Self-governing Cook Islands. By David J. Stone 123
  • A Contact History of the Balad People of New Caledonia 1774-1845. By Bronwen Douglas 180
  • Race, Identity and the Maori People. By Dane and Mary Archer 201
  • Coconut, Breadfruit and Taro in Pacific Oral Literature. By Raden S. Roosman 219
  • Shorter Communications:
  • An Account of the Game of Tāgāti'a. By Richard Moyle 233
  • Review Article:
  • Lévi-Strauss, Claude. The Elementary Structure of Kinship. By Roy Wagner 245

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  • Reviews 253
  • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 1969 263
  • Publications Received 266
    No. 3—SEPTEMBER, 1970 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 271
  • Articles:
  • Sibling Terms in Polynesia. By Raymond Firth 272
  • Religious Disputation at Whangaroa, 1823-7. By John Owens 288
  • The Cambridge University Collection of Maori Artefacts, Made on Captain Cook's First Voyage. By Wilfred Shawcross 305
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Anthropologists in the Field: An Administrative View. By D. G. Cochrane 349
  • Correspondence 354
  • Reviews 356
  • Publications Received 374
  • Memoir Supplement:
  • Religion in Atene: Religious Associations and the Urban Maori, Chs. 1-2. By Pieter H. De Bres 1-50
    No. 4—DECEMBER, 1970 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 379
  • Articles:
  • Sailing with the Amphlett Islanders. By Peter K. Lauer 381
  • The Introduction and Diffusion of Firearms in New Zealand 1800-1840. By D. U. Urlich 399
  • Stone Adzes from Malaita, Solomon Islands: An Ethnographic Contribution to Melanesian Archaeology. By Harold M. Ross 411
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Polynesians and Residential Concentration in Auckland. By P. H. Curson 421
  • A Large Worked Nephrite Slab from the Northern Ahimanawa Range. By I. W. Keyes and I. R. Matheson 433
  • Reviews 437
  • Publications Received 453
  • Memoir Supplement (concluded)
  • Religion in Atene: Religious Associations and the Urban Maori, Chs. 3-4. By Pieter H. De Bres 51-92

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